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Thursday, 13 February 2020

Olamide - 999 EP

Nigeria's indigenous rapper Olamide Addeji also known by the stage name Olamide has dropped his 9th studio album titled 999.The album was released shortly after announcing on his official Instagram page. 

Olamide revealed the reason behind the title stating that he featured only 9 artists in the album. 

Artists featured include Snow, Phyno, JackMillz, Rhatti, Sosa E, JayBoi, Cheque, Ratti and Willy.

The album  contains 9 songs in its entirety.

Olamide announced on the 9th of February about the album release and it was officially released by 9 p.m. same day as well. Check track list below

The new body of work 999 (EP) is Olamide's debut for 2020 has dropped at the right time for the legendary superstar no doubt. Production credit goes to Pheelz, Cracker Mello, ID Cabasa and Eskeez.





Kannywood will not ban Maryam Booth



The Kannywood Guild of Artistes has reacted to the viral nude of indigenous Hausa movie actress, Maryam Booth. The actress will not be facing any ban as far as the guild is concerned considering the fact that her actions were not intentional.

Recall that Maryam Booth released an official statement concerning the release of the material by her ex-boyfriend Deezell. 

Although Deezell later released an official statement distancing himself from the purported release of the clip, investigations are still ongoing as claimed by Kannywood.

Alasan Kwalle who is the Chairman Kannywood Guild of Actors revealed that according to reliable information given to them, it was a blackmail against the young actress and the case has been taken to relevant authorities for further action. "She will not be banned because of this. Maryam cannot be allowed to take the fall as the video was released without her consent" Kwalle revealed.


Wednesday, 12 February 2020

Ricqy Ultra X Nomiis Gee - Kuna Ina (Audio+Video)


NOMIIS GEE AND RICQY ULTRA ARE TWO PRODIGIES AND OLD GEES IN THE HIP-HOP SPHERE. THEY HAVE DROPPED MANY AMAZING SONGS INDIVIDUALLY.

FROM BUK TOWN TO DUNIYA BUDURWAR WAWA WHICH WAS THEIR LAST COLLABORATIONS WITHIN 15 YEARS OF THEIR COMING TOGETHER, THEY DECIDED TO BOND TOGETHER TO DROP THIS SMASHING JOINT TITLED "KUNA INA".


"KUNA INA" IS A HIP-HOP SONG SO RICH IN THE BASIC ELEMENT OF ANY RAP SONG. THEY TELL A STORY OF HOW THEY ROSE AGAINST ALL ODDS TO WHERE THEY ARE NOW. "KUNA INA" LITERALLY MEANS "WHERE WERE YOU" IN ENGLISH. HOWEVER, YOU ONLY NEED TO LISTEN UP TO FIND OUT WHY THEY ARE ASKING SUCH QUESTIONS.

JUST TO PROVE A POINT, THEY ACCOMPANIED THE VIDEO WITH A CYPHER VERSION AS THE MAIN PROJECT IS ALREADY A WORK IN PROGRESS. KINDLY WATCH AND DOWNLOAD THE VIDEO BELOW.



Saturday, 8 February 2020

Twitter reacts to Maryam Booth saga


Sensational Kannywood actress Maryam Booth woke up to ill fate after the release of an unclad video showing her in her natural uniform. 

The actress was in disarray and wept uncontrollably for hours after finding out the release of the 5 seconds nude clip circulating various social media platforms.

She was later consoled by her family members who stood by her according to reliable sources. Maryam Booth later released an official statement on her official Twitter handle revealing the person behind the release of the leaked video. 

Ibrahim Ahmad Rufai popularly known as Deezell was accused as the brain behind the release after blackmailing her on several occasions. She revealed how he often requests for money from her and threatens her on releasing the clip if she refuses to oblige to his requests. 

She has contacted the relevant authorities on the issue and promise to make an arrest once investigations has been concluded. 

Twitter users were divided over the incidence as a lot of users supported the actress and consoled her. Read reactions below.

What is your reaction to this?

Deezell releases official statement on leaked nude video of Maryam Booth


Ibrahim Ahmad Rufai popularly known as Deezell has released an official statement as regards to the ungoing drama surrounding the release of a nude video clip of popular Kannywood actress, Maryam Booth.

Deezell released a statement defending himself over the release of the leaked video claiming it was masterminded to tarnish his reputation as well as the victim.

He said the false accusation levelled against him will not be taken for granted as he will take the case to relevant authorities to justify his innocence. 

Read the statement below. 


With the release of this statement,  the question he hasn't clarified basically whether he is the one who recorded the video clip or not.

Maryam Booth recently released a statement earlier stating that Deezell was the person behind the release of the short clip.

Maryam Booth finally reveals who is behind the release of the leaked nude video

Kannywood actress Maryam Booth reveals the person behind the release of the nude video which made her trend for over 24 hours on twitter.

She released an official statement on her official twitter handle stating that Ibrahim Ahmed Rufai popularly known by the name Deezell, who was her supposed ex released the video. 

She narrated how on several occasions Deezell has threatened to blackmail her if she refused to oblige to his monetary demands.

According to her, the video was recorded around 2017 while both of them were still love birds. Maryam Booth has threatened to carry out legal actions against Deezell.

Read the official statement below.


Wednesday, 5 February 2020

JUNGLE JUSTICE by Regina Van Helvert to screen at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles


Media personality, Regina Van Helvert's produced film Jungle Justice has been officially selected to screen at the largest black film festival in the world — the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles, USA. 

The award winning film told the heart-rending tale of the horrendous instant justices in local communities of Ghana.

The African film industry is undoubtedly growing at an exponential rate and is gradually becoming the centre of interest in the world of creative arts. Hollywood in Nigeria for instance produces according to some estimates nearly 2000 movies annually. 

Worldwide, the culture and creative arts industry has contributed immensely to the productivity of traditional sectors of the economy, serving as a catalyst for economic growth transient, investment, job creation, foreign exchange earnings, education and transmission of culture.

Films are cultural artifacts created by specific cultures to show a reflection of their way of life, and the effects on their lives. It's a powerful tool for communication and method for education, learning and relearning deep seated socio-cultural narratives.



"As an award winning actress and a producer, my raison d'etre  has always been to create great content and that has driven me to shoot films like JUNGLE JUSTICE and the SPECIAL ONE. My personal drive for creating innovative solutions to social problems leveraging my experience, led me to collaborate with other award-winning actors and actresses in Ghana to produce the award winning JUNGLE JUSTICE - a short film chronicling the ‘seemingly neglected’ mob injustice phenomenon, which destroys families, livelihoods and communities across the Western, Central and Southern parts of Africa in particular" — Regina Van Helvert opines 

The movie JUNGLE JUSTICE has garnered a lot of attention because of its captivating storyline. The movie won best short film at the 2019 Ghana Movie Awards and has had several showings across the world. It will be shown at the 28th Annual Pan African Film Festival - the biggest black film festival in the world, taking place in Los Angeles, USA from (insert date) to (insert date). JUNGLE JUSTICE , produced by Regina Van-Helvert, was directed by Idowu Okeniyi, starring Ghanaian actors and actresses including; Regina Van-Helvert, Yvonne Nelson, John Dumelo, Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye, Peter Richie, among others.

The Pan African Film Festival has seen patrons including Denzel Washington, Sidney Poitier, Danny Glover, Idris Elba, Mo’Nique, Kevin Hart, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Jamie Foxx, Forest Whitaker, Phylicia Rashad, Lou Gossett, Jr., Issa Rae, Taraji P. Henson, Trevor Noah, David Oweloyo, Omotola, and Chadwick Boseman. The list is endless!!!

"We are excited that this film JUNGLE JUSTICE has been selected for screening" — Regina stressed

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